Ronald B. Kitaj: "1972 Munich Olympics" 134/200

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Author: Ronald B. Kitaj (USA, 1932 – 2007). Title: Munich 1972 Olympic Games. Description: Lithograph hand-signed by the artist. Numbered 134/200. It belongs to the deluxe edition printed by Matthieu AG, Zurich and published by Edition Olympia 1972. Dimensions without frame 110x70. Artwork in good general conditions.


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